In Luke 14:13-14 Jesus says:
13 “But when you give a feast, invite the poor, the maimed, the lame, the blind.
14 “And you will be blessed, because they cannot repay you; for you shall be repaid at the resurrection of the just.”
We see that God rewards people in heaven for their service of him on earth, but not everyone receives the same amount of rewards. Some people don’t do the things God gives rewards for, or they don’t do them very often. Other people make it a point to do the things God rewards. I know if I get to heaven, and I haven’t done my best for God, I’ll be disappointed. I’ll be unhappy with the amount of rewards I receive. Continue reading
In response to this question, I’ll post the article The Position that Miracles Ceased, from the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics. Then I’ll follow by explaining that we can see miracles of God today, through studying Bible prophecy fulfillments. Continue reading
Atheists sometimes ask, “Why can’t we see God?” Or, “Why doesn’t God reveal himself in such a way that everyone would believe in him?” What the Atheist is asking for, is irresistible proof that God exists. However to ask this question, is to reveal ignorance about the God of the Bible. God has explained (repeatedly) why he does not give undeniable proof of himself. God tests our hearts to see if we will choose to love him of our own free will, that’s why he won’t give proof that forces belief. The relationship of the believer to God is described as that of a bride in 1 Corinthians 6:15-17: Continue reading
Female domination is the fantasy that a woman uses her sexual power over a man to torture and humiliate him sexually. This is done for the sexual pleasure of both the woman and the man…at least that’s the fantasy. In reality, no woman enjoys sexually dominating a man, which is why men have to pay a dominatrix. Women want to be with a man they respect, it gives them sexual pleasure to feel like their man is confident and powerful. Continue reading
In this post, I’ll look at two passages of Scripture that have troubled people for two thousand years. The first is found in Mark 3:28-30, and has caused many to fear that God will never forgive their blasphemy. The second is separated into two parts, the first in Hebrews 6:4-6 and the companion in Hebrews 10:26-31. These two sets of verses have caused people to fear that they can lose their salvation for committing apostasy. As we shall see, God forgives everyone who repents for their sins and believes in Jesus, no matter what sins they have committed. Continue reading